FAQs about Youngstown Flights
What airport is best to fly into Youngstown?
Pittsburgh, PA Airport (PIT-Pittsburgh Intl.) is about 47 miles (75 kilometers) from central Youngstown. It's the only airport servicing the city, so you don't need to worry about your cabbie delivering you to the wrong one! Where to stay in Youngstown
Life is one incredible journey, so why not get out there and really live it up in Youngstown? You can begin by booking one or more of the 21 wonderful properties available there through Travelocity.
The Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Youngstown / Girard Ohio are our suggested accommodation options. Make a reservation and then you'll be able to get down to the good stuff — booking your thrilling getaway experiences. Places to visit in Youngstown
If you adore the setting of historic colleges and universities, a prearranged visit to Youngstown State University will ignite your passion. Like some more options? Have a memorable musical night out with an exciting concert at Powers Auditorium. But that's not all. Responsible for the safekeeping and presentation of valuable artworks, Butler Institute of American Art is the perfect attraction for art aficionados. How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Youngstown
If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport bar and less time navigating your way through security on your way to Youngstown, just follow these practical tips:
- Ensure your boarding pass and travel ID are easily accessible. You will be asked to present them straightaway.
- It's important to know that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be asked to step back and remove it before continuing.
- Make sure your electronic devices and laptop are easily accessible. These items need to be put through the X-ray machine in separate tubs.
- Traveling with a favorite cologne or perfume? As long as it contains no more than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's placed in a clear resealable plastic bag, you can keep it in your carry-on luggage.
- Construction boots and other cumbersome shoes tend to be X-rayed by security personnel. Think about wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
- Stash any pocketknives or other sharp metal items inside your checked luggage. Security personnel don't permit these in carry-on baggage.